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This is the website for UNC-related class assignments and digital presence.  To access private essays, email me msdollman [at] unc.edu For updates about my professional and educational pursuits, presentations, teaching, publications and exhibitions, see my personal CV siteorcid.org/0000-0002-0852-5499 Digital Humanities outside of UNC: Forthcoming presentations: “Changing Lanes: A Reanimation Of Shell Oil’s Carol Lane,” Digital Humanities 2018 (DH2019) Conference, Utrecht, The Netherlands, July 2019 “Changing Lanes: A Reanimation Of Shell Oil’s Carol Lane,” The Association for Computers and the Humanities Conference (ACH2019), Pittsburgh, PA, July 2019 “Tribesourcing Vintage Educational Films: Repurposing with Native Narrations,” International Conference of Indigenous Archives, Libraries, and Museums, Temecula, CA, October 8-10, 2019 Recent presentations: “Changing Lanes: A Public Relations Network and Shell Oil’s Carol Lane,” Thinking with Cinema:  New Directions in Videographic Criticism, Theory, and Practice panel, Society for Cinema and Media Studies annual conference, Seattle, WA, March 2019  “Changing Lanes: A Reanimation of Shell Oil’s Carol Lane.” Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science (DHCS 2018), Loyola University Chicago, November 9-11, 2018 “Changing Lanes: A Reanimation of Shell Oil’s Carol Lane.” Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science (DHCS 2018), November 9-11, 2018 In May 2018 I joined colleagues at the University of Arizona on renovating the current American Indian Film Gallery  as the project The Afterlife of Film: Upgrading and Tribesourcing Southwestern Materials in the American Indian Film Gallery. “Video Annotation Tools: New Pedagogical Approaches to Film + Digital Humanities.” Co-chair with Lauren Tilton. With Grace Hale, Mark Williams, Dimitrios Latsis, and Devin Orgeron. Association of Moving Image Archivists annual conference, New Orleans, LA, November 2017. I was also the DH mini-stream organizer for the conference. Digital Humanities- related at UNC: Carolina Digital Humanities Digital Disseration Fellowship (2018-2019)
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Here's a glimpse of Melissa Dollman's exciting research on Carol Lane and her thoughts on the digital dissertation fellowship: #digitalhumanities #herstory

Posted by CDH/DIL @ UNC on Friday, February 22, 2019
Southern Oral History Program (Field Scholar, Fall 2017-Spring 2018) Carolina Digital Humanities Recruitment Fellowship  (2016-2017) Community Histories Workshop (Team member, 2016-2017) Documenting Communities (Teaching Assistant/guest lecturer, Spring 2017)
– Cliff Kuhn, “A Historian’s Perspective on Archives and the Documentary Process” (1996)
Pamela Henson and Terri A. Schorzman in “Videohistory: Focusing on the American Past” (1991)